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Weird Al Yankovic has composed the theme song for the upcoming DreamWorks animated superhero adventure Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie. The movie, based off of Dav Pilkey's best selling children's book series, isn't set to hit theaters until June 2nd but today DreamWorks has shared "Weird Al" Yankovic's perfect theme song. Yankovic proves that he was born to sing a song about a superhero that only wears underwear and a cape.
"Captain Underpants Theme Song" basically sets up the movie, mentioning key details including that the students only need to snap their fingers to hypnotize their principle turning him into his alter ego, Captain Underpants and his call of "Tra La La." Yankovic calls him the "waistband warrior" and then sings that it's "wedgie power time," while also calling him "the freaky bald dude in his underwear." The two and half minute song is catchy and perfect for »
It's time to take out that second mortgage. Cause you're not going to want to miss out on this. One of the greatest musicians of all-time is ready to unleash a beast of a box set. And it's perhaps one of the coolest pieces of music memorabilia released in the last decade. Over 40 years in the making, The Weird One is finally ready to bestow the world with his entire life's work. And it's quite a glorious thing to behold.
Yes, 'Weird Al' Yankovic is finally giving fans a career-spanning box set that includes every single one of his studio albums and a ton of cool extras. There are 14 vinyl albums included in this Accordion-Shaped collectible. And it is aptly titled 'Squeeze Box: The Complete Works of "Weird Al" Yankovic'.
Any true fan doesn't need to be told that the accord is Al's instrument of choice. Legacy Recordings »
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